Only at The Washington Times: Reporters discuss the latest news on the 2009 Presidential Inauguration and President Obama.
For Saturday's paper, I submitted this fairly cut-and-dry report of which religious leaders will have speaking roles at the National Prayer Service on Wednesday morning, and since then, a few interesting tidbits have come in.
The International Spy Museum will host more than tourists in the next couple of days. Starting tonight, at least 30 museum personnel and waiters from the nearby Zola will overnight there –- in sleeping bags and on air mattresses.
VP elect wishes future first lady a happy birthday.
Some video from President-elect's Whistle Stop tour kick off.
Happy 45th birthday, Michelle Obama!
We have arrived in Philly.
D.C. mayor pitches info Web site for Tuesday's big day
Inaugural team says people who sign up could get a chance to be there on Day One.
The Capitol is celebrating its place in presidential history with a public display on the building's first floor highlighting 19th and early 20th Century inaugurations.
African ambassadors are in a panic about their inauguration ball in Arlington because all bridges to Virginia will be closed and they expect 1,200 guests to attend a festival designed to highlight President Barack Obama's Kenyan heritage.
Fashion designer Nick Verreos will present "Inaugural looks inspired by America's First Ladies" at an inaugural celebration this weekend.
President-elect Obama's hometown pizza joint, Uno Chicago Grill, is catering the Illinois Inaugural Ball with classic Uno deep-dish pizza as part of an invitation-only event featuring over 30 themed dining rooms.
The Inaugural Committee released the names of performers
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